Here are some more life drawings from my weekly sessions this winter. I'm getting pretty familiar with drawing our regular models, so my likenesses are getting pretty accurate.
I should have ignored the pattern on the chair in this drawing but I do like the weird pose of her hand. As with the drawing above, hair is fun to draw. The boots were a fun challenge, too.
Another challenge with boots! And foreshortening! Making the best of an awkward pose.
I like elements of this drawing, but I think there's a creeping monumentalism in how I've drawn this model.
I did three drawings of this guy at the session, in part because I had a pretty crappy angle that blocked a good portion of his mid-section with the chair. I made the best of it in this drawing.
This portrait from the side looks pretty good, in a Roman coin sort of way.
I also took advantage of my indifference to the whole pose to draw some feet. Feet are a hobgoblin for many artists, but I love drawing them. This way this foot was posed made it a particular challenge. It came out quite well, I think.
Anyway, this is all either graphite pencil or red col-erase Prismacolor pencil. I may put some of this up for sale. Maybe. I'll have comics again soon, I hope.
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